Due to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Gordon Lightfoot’s Montreal concert, scheduled on April 16th at Théâtre Maisonneuve, Place des Arts, has been postponed to Thursday, September 24th.

All tickets will be honoured at the door on the new date.

Those desiring refunds may do so at point of purchase.


Thursday, September 24th – 8 p.m.

Théâtre Maisonneuve

Place des Arts

Tickets: $99.50, $84.50, $69.50, $54.50

(taxes included / service charge extra)

at Place des Arts box office,

514.842.2112 and placedesarts.com


Fellow Canadian, Robbie Robertson calls him a national treasure, while millions of fans the world over continue to be touched by Gordon Lightfoot’s remarkable contributions to music history.  These time-defying songs document the events that shape our lives and have gone on to earn this legendary singer/songwriter an international reputation as one of the most anticipated live performers.  With his trademark soulful vocals, Gordon Lightfoot’s concerts continually fill to capacity with legions of fans eager to once again experience the unmistakable Lightfoot sound.

Born November 17, 1938 in Orillia, Ontario Gordon Lightfoot studied at Los Angeles’ Westlake College of Music. He returned to Canada in the early 1960s and began performing at the Riverboat during Toronto’s fabled folk scene. In 1966, his debut album Lightfoot! was released. Tracks such as For Lovin’ Me, Early Mornin’ Rain, Steel Rail Blues and Ribbon of Darkness brought him international recognition as a songwriter. Cover versions of his songs were recorded by artists such as Bob Dylan, Johnny Cash and Elvis Presley, until 1971 when his own version of If You Could Read My Mind became a Top Ten hit. In 1974, his classic single, Sundown, went to No.1 on the American charts, followed two years later by The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald, inspired by a Newsweek magazine article; it reached No. 2 on the U.S. Billboard charts. By the 1990s he was mostly touring, giving just fifty concerts a year by 1998, mainly in North America, while he released two albums in the period. In 2004, he released his 20th album, Harmony, and appeared as a featured guest on Canadian Idol.

Mr. Lightfoot has won 15 Juno Awards and been nominated for 5 Grammy Awards. He was inducted into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame in 1986 and the Canadian Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001. In May 2003, he was made a Companion of the Order of Canada and is also a member of the Order of Ontario and in 2004, he was inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame.

Gordon will be performing with four exceptionally talented musicians: Rick Haynes (bass), Michael Hefferman (keyboards), Barry Keane (drums, percussion) and Carter Lancaster (lead guitar).


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